Class 1 went on their first school trip to Diss Library. They listened to a funny story about puddles and they had time to look at all of the lovely books. Class 1 were even lucky enough to take a book home to share with their families. Then they had their lunch at a local […]
Yes, it has returned! Year 6 have completed their ‘Book in a box’ homework and brought them in to share with us. Each child has given a presentation about their book and the objects/work they have put into their box. The amount of work which has gone into these is quite astounding! If you would […]
Science this week has been about developing our understanding of drugs including alcohol and smoking. We began by sharing what we already knew and it became clear that there were many misconceptions throughout the class. The children took this subject very seriously and asked excellent questions such as ‘If we now know that smoking can […]
Bhangra dancing One of the highlights of this week was Bhangra dancing. This is because we were able to dress up in costume, wear a bindi and learn a fast- paced routine. Everyone had great fun and lots of people said that if they had the opportunity, they would do it again. Maths Cafe On […]
In R.E. our big question is “What do Christians believe God is like?”. As a class we had a discussion and here are some of our ideas. “God is like salt and melts all the bad things so the good things can come back”. “God is willing to take a risk for the world”. “If […]
On the 8th February 2017 Class 3 had a maths café with the parents who were able to come. We had fun! We played games and did different activities such as, measuring parents and timing how many times they could write their name on a piece of paper. On the netbooks we had maths games […]
In art with Mrs Tisbury, we drew still life pictures of objects around the class room. This means you draw from the angle you see it. We tried to give it as much detail as we possibly could. By Preston and Alex
This week in SPaG lessons we have been learning about hyphens. We have spotted any hyphens when reading independently and have added them to our ‘SPaG Spotter’ display. We’ve found more than we anticipated!